The English defender is happy with the role he is playing at United.
defender Luke Shaw has claimed that he is happy to be a team mentor because he knows what it takes to succeed at the club.
Shaw, who joined Manchester United from Southampton in 2014 for £34 million, has made 154 appearances for the club. The England defender has suffered several injuries and has won the FA Cup and Europa League with the Red Devils. He also played for the Red Devils this season under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and helped the team reach the third in the Premier League. Now he is happy with the role he plays in his team.
“I’ve been here a while now and I know what’s needed here,”
He told United Review.
“I’m one of the more experienced ones in the changing room. I feel like I can help out with some of the young lads.
"I know what they’re going through and I know I can give them advice that’s needed to help them push on. It’s nice that I can be one of those people who, having been here for a while, that can give more in in the dressing room.”
Former Southhamption defender added on current season:
"It’s crazy this season; it’s very close. If we win our game in hand we’re maybe only a few points behind first and especially over this Christmas period if anyone wants to mount a title charge then now would be the time to do it.
”We’ve got so many games so close together and if someone gets a good run together and I believe we can do that, then the team that comes out of this period with wins will be in a very good position to carry that on towards the end of the season.“